Saturday, June 30, 2018

Trump Denies He Ever Tweeted That Thing He Tweeted Three Days Ago

Donald Trump
Ok, so this is like shooting fish in a barrel.

For all the Trump supporters who say they've never heard Donald Trump lie, this is for you.

On June 27, 2018, Donald Trump tweeted: "HOUSE REPUBLICANS SHOULD PASS THE STRONG BUT FAIR IMMIGRATION BILL, KNOWN AS GOODLATTE II, IN THEIR AFTERNOON VOTE TODAY, EVEN THOUGH THE DEMS WON’T LET IT PASS IN THE SENATE. PASSAGE WILL SHOW THAT WE WANT STRONG BORDERS & SECURITY WHILE THE DEMS WANT OPEN BORDERS = CRIME. WIN!"

NOTICE ALL THE CAPS LETTERS? That means he really, really means it.



Then, this morning, just three days later, the Trumpster tweeted, "I never pushed the Republicans in the House to vote for the Immigration Bill, either GOODLATTE 1 or 2, because it could never have gotten enough Democrats as long as there is the 60 vote threshold. I released many prior to the vote knowing we need more Republicans to win in Nov."



So, in three days he went from saying House Republicans should pass Goodlatte II to denying he ever said that.

He didn't even bother to delete the original tweet.

#liar

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